Kate Moran, a member of a well-known Galway GAA family, died after suffering an injury in an accident during a club play between Athenry and Ardrahan.
A teenage camogie player died after suffering a head injury during a game in Galway.
Following the incident during the league game on Monday, emergency personnel went to Ardrahan in south Co Galway to treat the player. As emergency teams from three ambulances treated the player, the game was called off.
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Who Is Kate Moran From Athenry? Camogie Player Death
Following the murder of young camogie sensation Kate Moran, the GAA circles in Athenry and Galway are in grief. The young woman, a Monivea resident, died in hospital on Easter Monday after an accident during a competition she was playing in.
Kate, who was in her early twenties, suffered a major head injury while playing Senior Camogie for Athenry versus Ardrahan in the league’s second round on Monday evening, according to Galway Beo.
Since receiving her BFA in acting from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Conservatory, she has lived and worked in Paris and New York. According to Independent.ie, a “tragic accident” happened during the senior club game on Monday, April 18, prompting the arrival of Garda and emergency services.
Kate Moran Age – How Old Was Athenry College Student?
Kate Moran aka Cathal Moran was in her 20s when she was pronounced dead at the hospital.
She was a key part of multiple Galway minor teams, and other family members are well-known GAA players. At a special Mass in Athenry this morning, prayers were offered for Kate Moran.
The death of the young footballer has sparked a lot of inquiries.
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Kate Moran Family Photos On Facebook
Even though kate Moran cannot be found on Facebook, she has been getting tributes on it from all over.
Sylane Hurling Club in Tuam issued a message on Facebook expressing its condolences to the woman’s family, friends, and GAA club. As a gesture of respect to Kate Moran and her family, the club announced that all of its games scheduled for this week will be postponed.
The games for Oranmore Maree Senior Camogie have also been canceled for the following week.